Research Bow was launched in March 2019 with the vision to create a platform to share advice, experiences and news with our community of postgraduate research (PGR) students in the School of Health in Social...
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Meet our passionate and enthusiastic team of editors, proofreaders, social media managers and much-valued reviewers! If you want to be involved in any of these roles all you have to do is to get in...
We love hearing about the post-PhD careers of the PGRs of the School of Health in Social Science. So it’s...Read More "Hello from the other side – Alumni Series: Tine Opitz"
We love hearing about the post-PhD careers of the PGRs of the School of Health in Social Science. So it’s...Read More "Hello from the other side – Alumni Series: Lucie Woellenstein"
"Online surveys have become an increasingly popular method for collecting data quickly and inexpensively. However, one of the major drawbacks of online surveys is the...Read More "Online Surveys: How to spot (and stop) the bots"
A Change of Scenery – Experiences of an Environmental Economics Summer Internship at the Scottish Government
It feels like the timing was very apt to be welcomed onto the Climate Change Division through the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (SGSSS...Read More "A Change of Scenery – Experiences of an Environmental Economics Summer Internship at the Scottish Government"
“Embarking on a doctoral journey is an exciting yet challenging endeavor, filled with numerous milestones and new experiences. Among these experiences, attending academic conferences as a PhD student holds a unique place. However, for many PhD students, the exhilaration of presenting their work at these conferences is accompanied by persistent …Read More "Am I an imposter? First conference experiences as a PhD student"
We have really appreciated the opportunities to learn about the work that is happening across the PGR cohort with our newest blog series, Tell Us...Read More "Tell Us About Your Methodology – Community Based Participatory Research"
The PhD journey can be lonely, especially at the beginning when everything feels uncertain and overwhelming. Peer support is crucial at this time, providing emotional...Read More "Stronger Together: Moving from Loneliness to Solidarity in Your PhD Journey"
Every PhD student practically dreams of and simultaneously dreads writing up their PhD. Speak to any 4th year student (and for those who think 4th...Read More "Writing up your PhD – Struggles of a 4th year"
Another month, another methodology. We have loved talking to our friends and colleagues on the PGR cohort to find out more about their research, and...Read More "Tell Us About Your Methodology – Experience Sampling Methodology"